Mokhtar clinic have close cooperation with
the following departments: cardiology, paediatric cardiology, pulmonology, nephrology, diabetology, haemostaseologyneurology

The Surgical Department consists of three sections; obstetrics and gynaecology, general surgery/orthoped, surgery as well as neuro surgery and pediatric surgery..
In addition, operations are performed in the fields of metabolic and endocrine surgery, reconstructive plastic surgery, gastroenterology, minimal invasive surgery and vascular surgery.
The sterilisation centre sterilises and supplies medical technology products to the whole clinic  and external customers..

The Department of Urology
performs diagnostics, treatment and follow-up of diseases affecting the urinary tract and male genitalia.
The department is also responsible for training medical students and student nurses in urology surgery and nursing.
Research is conducted primarily in the field of modern kidney stone treatment and urological tambours..

Medical Department  Performs all kind of investigation ,follow up Diabetic patients ...

ULTRA Sound Section  It runs all 24 hours a day and is managed by specialized staff doctors on the duty...

Emergency Dept.  working 24 hr's ...

Intensive care unit equipped all the facilities of intensive care, including monitor ABG and  resuscitation  equipment ...  

Neonatal department under supervision of experienced Pediatrician with facilities of investigation, intubations and incubator to provide best care of neonatal babies...

 Neurology Department, we have substantial outpatient activities, with a number of specialist clinics for patients with Parkinsonís disease, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.

Operation  Theater  We have four  well equipped operation theater including diagnostic and operative laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy .
Surgical Laparoscopy facilities has provided us to avoid Laparotomy and undue stay of the patient in the clinic..

The physiotherapists
We assess, treat and rehabilitate both children and adults who have some kind of functional impairment.